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louisiana. during negotiations, officials saying the 20 year old said he was going to kill the hostages, that's when police stormed the building. ahmed's family owns a store across the street. ahmed took three bank employees hostage tuesday afternoon. >>> hopeful news for a teen in dire need of a heart transplant. it has made 15-year-old anthony stokes a candidate for a donor heart. anthony was initially denied a spot on a transplant list because of what they called noncompliance. his mother believes he was being punished for having poor grades and a run-in with the law. >>> san diego mayor bob filner is vowing to fight amid sexual harassment claims. in a written statement responding to the demands for a recall, he touted the city's progress during his term. filner just returned from a two-week stint in therapy. now he's facing more problems. political reports the locks in his office have been changed. and four san diego hooters restaurants are boycotting filner, saying he will not be served. more than a dozen women are accusing the san diego mayor of sexual harassment. >>> new york may
for possible terror attacks. >>> time is 4:38. a standoff at a louisiana bank ended with a hostage and gunman dead. the 20-year-old suspect had no intention of robbing a bank. he later freed a female bank teller but just before midnight as swat teams moved in he shot the other two hostages killing one of them. police then killed him. >> he was mad at people. he was mad at people who he said were mean to him. he had voices in his head. >> they say he was mentally unstable and believe a device was implanted in his head. >>> prosecutors will present their closing arguments today in the accused serial killer naso. naso is accused of killing four women in the 1970s and 1990s. he is expected to give his closing arguments on friday. >>> a former livermore teacher has been freed from prison after sexually assaulting a 14- year-old student. marie johnson pleaded no contest and sentenced to three years in state prison but given credit for time served. she had been in jail since she was arrested in january of 2012. johnson will have to register as a sex offender. >>> we will know tomorrow if the new eas
and the plane was en route from louisville, kentucky. >>> central louisiana where two hostages remain in critical condition after police stormed the bank where they had been held hostage for 12 hours. captor was killed in the police raid but only after they shot the man and woman. police say the suspect was a paranoid schizophrenic. >>> to wall street, big news out of europe. the recession is over. for a look at how it will affect trading here in the united states. let's head to the new york stock exchange as the bell rings and check in with alison kosik. good morning, alison. >> it's not affecting trading. after two years of no growth, the euro zone is now showing growth and the market is taking it. but it is good news. the recession is over in europe. you look at the growth, though. not super strong but growth nonetheless. keep in mind, europe is one of our biggest trading partners. you look at the companies feeling the pinch of the recession. ford has been losing money in europe. mcdonald's recently said it has been struggling in europe. same with caterpillar, the equipment maker.
on wednesday about 92 degrees there. look at shreveport, louisiana, we expect to see a high of 99. then in atlanta we have thunderstorms rumbling across the regions on thursday and into the low 90s with sunday looking at 91 degrees. >> it started 50 years ago as one of the largest demonstrati demonstrations in u.s. history. today the celebration of the most famous civil rights speech in history. >>> coming up, something that you may not like. the government getting into your social network. >> martin luther king may be best remembered for his speech on the steps of the lincoln memorial, and is now famed declaration "i have a dream." but it was in birmingham, alabama, where dr. king delivered many argue was an equally important message and one penned on a scratch of paper after being arrested. >> i'm going say to you, wait a minute, birmingham, somebody has got to have some sense in birmingham. >> dr. martin luther king was invited to come to birmingham to help with the situation. >> as difficult as it is we must meet hate with love. >> dr. king was arrested on good friday, april 1
in a louisiana bank that ended in gunfire. the 0-year-old suspect opened fire on his hostages when officers entered the building. alina machado, good morning, what do we understand about the situation? >> reporter: good morning, chris. this remains an active scene. we've been seeing investigators coming and going from this bank all night combing through the evidence. louisiana state police have identified the alleged hostagetaker at 20-year-old fuwad abdu akmed. over the course of 20 hours he made several demands and released a female hostage but just before midnight local time something changed, the s.w.a.t. team stormed the bank because the gunman according to police this threatened to kill the hostages. now, akmed was shot dead. police say he shot both hostages before he was killed. those two hostages were taken to area hospitals where at least check they were listed in critical condition. >> alina supposedly one of the changes in the situation was that the suspect made known what he wanted. do we know what that was, what the agenda was here, if not money? >> reporter: we don't know exac
this morning." >>> a deadly end overnight to a standoff in louisiana. police say a mentally unstable man took three people hostage in the small river town of st. joseph. now, a look at the violent end to the siege. [ sirens ] >> reporter: the deadly standoff began around noon tuesday. when authorities say a gunman armed with a rifle and handgun, took three people hostage at this st. joseph's bank in rural northeast louisiana. >> we still been able to talk to him. they've asked for some food and provisions. >> reporter: law enforcement agencies were called in to assist with negotiations that dragged on for nearly 12 hours. but officials pledged to do whatever was necessary. >> the teams we have can be in place for a long period. we're going to be here as long as it takes. >> reporter: a female hostage was released later in the day. but police tell cbs news that around midnight s.w.a.t. teams were forced to kill the gunman after he shot the two remaining victims. apparently because his demands weren't met. >> fuad abdo ahmed was the perpetrator's name. he is deceased at the
: a fox news alert and the alert is that it's dark outside as well as this, a hostage at a louisiana bank over. the gunman had been killed. >> kidnapped teen hannah anderson breaking her silence on-line how she says abductor james dimaggio tricked her. >>brian: dad, does this look familiar? the concert your kids are dying to go to. what's the experience like for you, because you don't want them to go alone? we have got the pictures of what parents have to go through to keep their kids happy and safe. "fox & friends" starts now. ♪ >> you're watching "fox & friends." >> what was the hiccup for? >>gretchen: i guess they thought i had a night on the town before. maybe you did because you're back. >>brian: i'm back from vacation and we're in a temporary studio. we can see people outside for the first time since 1974. >>gretchen: two people. >>brian: all these people saying why am i up, but here we go. huge three-hour show still on this couch which is a little bit low. i feel like this is children's furniture. >>gretchen: i like this sofa. my legs finally reach the bottom after seven years. >
. >>> new this morning a hostage and gunman are both dead after a 12-hour standoff in rural louisiana. police officers s.w.a.t. team and bomb squad members surrounded this bank in a small town of st. joseph. authorities say the 20-year-old gunman was schizophrenic and negotiations were no longer possible when they moved in around midnight. >> he had voices in his head. one of the demands was he wanted this device removed. his indication was that he was through, he was going to kill a hostage. >> authorities shot and killed the gunman but not before he shot both hostages. one of the victims is dead and the second hostage was taken to the hospital in critical condition. >>> a final decision on the opening of the new span of the bay bridge is expected in the next 49 hours but steps are already being made to get the bridge ready for a possible september deadline. caltrans actually turned the lights on last night and kpix 5 reporter anne makovec gives us a look into the progress under way. some good news perhaps, right, anne? >> reporter: yeah. we are waiting for that news. it's going to c
protesters were killed, and 80 protesters were injured. >> a hostage situation in rural louisiana lasts nearly twelve hours before police were forced to end it. two hostages were shot as police stormed a bank in northeastern louisiana. they had set a midnight deadline after they say negotiations were no longer possible. authorities say the suspect, 20-year-old fuaed abdo ahmed, never intended to rob the bank -- rather, he was trying to make a statement. >> he was mad at people who he said more mean to him. he heard voices in his head. he stated that he wants at have eight device removed from his head. >> initially, there were three hostages -- all bank employees. police negotiated the release of one, but they say when the gunman said he was going to kill the other hostages, they had to move in. police say ahmed managed to shoot both hostages before he was gunned down by police. one of those hostages died. >> a bus driver is speaking out after being shot by a passenger in seattle. 64-year-old deloy dupuis says he feels good to be alive. this is just a day after he was shot in the cheek a
. >> the time is 5:17 a.m.. a hostage situation and ruled louisiana last nearly 12 hours before police were forced ended. two hostages were shot as police stormed the bank in north east and louisiana. they had set a midnight deadline after they say negotiations or no longer possible. authorities said the suspect never intended to rob the bank, rather he was trying to make a statement. >> he wanted to have a it device, planted, removed. >> initially, there were three hostages, all bank employees. police negotiated the release of one, but they say when the gunman said he was going to kill the other hostages, that's moving. police said the amendment is to shoot both hostages before he was gunned down by police. >> a bus driver is speaking out after being shot by a passenger in seattle. 64 year-old deloy dupuis says that he feels good to be alive. this is just a day after he was shot in the cheek and arm. police chased and tfatally shot the gunman after he ran onto another bus. >> talks resume today on the caribbean peninsula about re-establishing the last symbol of cooperation between the nort
was the executive director of c.o.r.e. well, farmer was in jail in louisiana and refused to come out of jail to participate in the march. and here is martin luther king, jr., a wonderful human being. wer, my met him in 1958 when i was 18 years old. this is eugene carson blake, who was head of the national council of churches. and this young man here is cleveland robinson. this man was almost blind, but no one wanted to say to him, "but you cannot walk with the group." and so he walked with us. this is rabbi joachim prince of the american jewish congress. he was born in berlin and moved to america during the late '30s. he moved to newark, new jersey, and became a leader, a spokesperson for civil liberty, civil rights. and this is joe rauh. he was one of the unbelievable leaders in the naacp. and this is unbelievable whitney young, who was head of the national urban league. >> right. >> who's been a dean at the school of social work at atlanta university. roy wilkins, the head of the naacp. walter reuther, the head of the united automobile workers union. >> and this is a. philip randolph. >> y
, beside west virginia and louisiana is in the bottom half of education spending per student. so is it time for an amicable break up, a nice break up, but a breakup indeed. chuck thomson has wondered the same thing. he went to the south and did some research, the result, a hilarious book about folks that he says may be holding our country back. the book is called "better off without them, a northern manifest toe for southern secession." chuck, thanks for being here. your book is terrific. in the very beginning of the book, you say you find yourself shouting: >> so, first and foremost, chuck, tell us how you really feel about the south. >> i really feel about that passage, which is probably the most quoted from the entire book is that hyperbole is an interesting literary device and a grabber. a lot of people have assumed that that is what the entire book is about. thanks for having me on and having read at least past the first pang so you know there's a little more to it and spleen and rage and venom, of which i have a decent amount, but i think a lot of americans do on both the north and so
at a louisiana bank ended with a hostage and a gunman dead. investigators say the 20-year- old suspect had no intention of robbing the bank. they say he actually went into the bank yesterday armed with at least a handgun and took three captives. he later freed a female bank teller but just before midnight as swat teams moved in he shot the other two hostages killing one of them. police then killed him. >> it's not intent to rob that bank. information that was alabama taped from his appointment was written notes, plan. he actually had a book for negotiation. >>> investigators say he planned to take hostages for some time. they say he was mentally unstable and believed a device had been planted in his head. >>> your time is 5:25. later on today police in santa cruz will start passing out lists of where crimes will probably occur in that city. the police department is telling the newspaper this is part of a program called predictive policing. a deputy police chief traveled to england where this program originated. the police department will release the most likely crime locations and give not
is 6:25. a hostage standoff at a louisiana bank ended with both a hostage and the gunman dead. investigators say the 20-year- old suspect had no intention of robbing the bank. they say he went into the bank yesterday, he did have a gun, and he took three captives. he later freed a female bank teller but just before midnight as a swat teams are moving in, he shot two is national rail safety month. >>> some northern california roller derby teams want your blood. they say it's all for a good cause. they are helping the american red cross by hosting blood drives. that is the time of year when donations tend to drop off. today's blood drive is at the whole foods in cap toe la. it runs from -- on friday. it's next month. >>> striking city workers say they have a message for the mayor. we're live in hayward with the latest next. >>> and we'll take you live to the opening bell to see what is happening on wall street. >>> good morning. if you are driving toward the bay bridge, the traffic at the mccarthur maze that looks good heading around the corner because you will see slow traffic.
with the hostage-taker and a captive dead. it happened in st. joseph, louisiana. state police say the 20-year-old man was unstable. had written a letter detailing his plans. in fact just one day before the standoff a next door neighbor heard a gunshot outside her home and walked out to see him standing in the yard with a rival. rifle. trace, do we know anything about a motive? >> in the letter found in his apartment he said he was mad at people who were mean to him. it's unclear why he targeted that bank but we know it was directly across the street from a service station owned by his parents. before the standoff began he posted this kind of eerie irshowing a man with a sword attacking a tank. he posted a cartoon where a gunman points a pistol at the hostage saying he'll free the hostage for a sandwich and then it says police gives him the okay to kill the hostage. in real life the sheriff says the standoff was well-planned. here he is. >> this was not a bank robbery. this was not the intent of ahmed to rob the bank. information obtained from the apartment, written notes, a plan, a book of ne
help. shortly after the rick perry story became public this week, jindal of louisiana decided to pull his own application for this same program. >> thanks to both of you. >>> tonight, the annual mcdonald's 365 black awards will be broadcast on television for the first time in its ten-year history. 11:00 p.m. eastern on b.e.t. one of this year's honorees, supermodel and actress beverly johnson. the first african-american woman to ever grace the cover of "vogue" magazine. with us live now, beverly johnson, along with mcdonald's director of marketing robert jackson. beverly, let me start with you. tonight's awards broadcast just so happens to fall on the 50th anniversary weekend of the march on washington as well. how has the civil rights movement, how has it touched your own american dream? >> well, i would most certainly say that august 1974 "vogue" cover probably wouldn't have happened, where i graced that cover, if it weren't for the civil rights movement. and i just want to thank mcdonald's for this very prestigious award, the black mcdonald operators, and also walton isaacson for t
was arrested and in louisiana so therefore my father was called on as second in command of core, to speak for the march. he tended to be a little fierier, not quite a goe gospelt quite a baptist minister but he stuck to script it seemed to me, more than northerly. to charmaine, it is my faith in you and other youth that i rely on. >> woodruff: that was charmaine mckissick-melton from durham, north carolina. you can find her story, and other firsthand accounts for the web series, "memories of the march," produced by public television stations around the country, on the pbs web site, "black culture connection." >> ifill: now to our own coverage of the anniversary. thousands gathered saturday to mark the occasion on the national mall, the site of the original march. elected officials, activists and civil rights leaders addressed the crowd, calling for a more expansive interpretation of >> as we gather today, 50 years. later, their march is now our march and it must go on. and our focus has broadened to include the cause of women, of latinos, aasian-americans, of lesbians, of gays, of people
a federal judge to get permission to assign students to new schools. louisiana's voucher plan calls for transferring low income students in low rated schools to private schools at taxpayer expense. >>> in minnesota students have been sweating it out in sweltering classrooms. a record breaking heat wave is blanketing parts of the midwest. 18 schools in one minnesota district have no air conditioning while 11 other schools have only some ac. >>> a north carolina middle school was shut down by a devastating tornado. it's finally opened now. and students at green hill plild school, walk through since 2011 the twister that left the school in ruins. >> a lot of the kids were not happy with the modular units expel and so now that we have the gym and stuff like that we can have dances and clubs and stuff that we didn't have before. and different sports activities and stuff that is going to boost morale. >> in the small african nation of liberia not one of the 25,000 students who took the state university admission exam passed. liberian president ellen surleaf acknowledged that her school sy
with a front in the southeast. that means heavy rain stretching from louisiana all the way into the carolinas. couple scattered showers are possible in the northeast but generally speaking gorgeous. we're talking about 70s and 80s. temperatures below normal and i always want to end on a good note especially in the rock block. >> rocking into a beautiful weekend. thanks so much, indra. >>> we're close to the top of the hour, time for the top news. >>> right now we're just looking for her future and getting her settled. >> moving forward. hannah anderson stepping out in public for the first type since being rescued. new details on her captor as we hear from her father on how she is doing. >>> too far, a blistering, new report says the nsa broke privacy rules of its surveillance program thousands of times each year, spying on americans it shouldn't be. >>> new discovery and it's a cute one, meet the mammal who has been hidden for centuries just being found by mankind now. where has he been all this time? >> your "new day" starts right now. >> announcer: what you need to know. >> our traditional
discombobulated. he had a sign announcing a restaurant and pub miles. his parents were from louisiana. he lived in the projects in san diego. during his two years in the army either missouri are the base and comenius certain places were off-limits to blacks and that many of his white comrades dismissed and simply because of the color of the skin. he felt his head jerked back snapping him back to the test at hand and the appendage would be a lousy outcome for many reasons to my including the damage it would surely do to his new 64 chevy malibu super sport with his wire rims front seat council. to his dismay the rest area was closed for construction, but it was later denied that he was dead tired. to keep going would be foolish. after surveying the scene and figuring out what was said he steered his super sport of the side of the construction site, turning up the engine and leaning back in a seat. the 44 caliber service revolver was within easy reach within the sheet and then fell fast asleep. he will have to buy the book to find out what happened to end. i did. in one of the perils of writing no
. >>> new this morning, a 12-hour hostage situation in rural louisiana ended in tragedy overnight. police officers s.w.a.t. team and bomb squad members surrounded this bank in the northeastern town of st. joseph. officers say the 20-year-old man held two bank employees at gunpoint. when authorities moved in after stalled negotiations, the gunman shot both hostages. one was killed. based on what was found in his apartment, police say robbery was never his intend. >> written notes, plans. he actually had a book for negotiation exactly how those negotiations were take place, questions he would be asked, things they would be expecting of him. >> police shot and killed the gunman. the second hostage is in the hospital in critical condition. >>> investigators are trying to figure out how a woman walking near a construction site at san jose city college was killed after being struck by a tractor on campus when she was walking yesterday. she died before arriving at valley medical center across the street from campus. now investigators will try to answer if the construction site was properly isola
today, in louisiana a hostage standoff turned deadly overnight. around noon yesterday a man took three employees hostage at the tensas state branch in saint joseph. releasing one nine hours later. after midnight the suspect shot the remaining two hostages. police returned gunfire killing the suspect. one of the two hostages wounded in the standoff we have learned has died. >>> and in california, someone claiming to be hannah anderson, the 16-year-old kidnapped survivor, is speaking out on social media websites about her ordeal. posts from the website details her abduction by james dimaggio. in one post this person claims that james dimaggio had a gun and threatened to kill her and anyone who ofrd to help. when asked if she was glad he was dead, she said, absolutely. neither hannah nor the an der sons have confirmed that it is hannah anderson. this is "andrea mitchell reports" on msnbc and we're going to be right back. people together. today, we'd like people to come together on something that concerns all of us. obesity. and as the nation's leading beverage company, we can play an impo
. great to have you here. thank you. >>> developing news this hour in louisiana. a hostage shot inside a bank remains in critical condition. police say the suspect stormed the bank in st. joseph. one released and police moved in. police say the suspect shot both hostages before being shot and killed by the officers. one of those hostages who was shot has since died. the other is in critical condition. you know you could just use bengay zero degrees. medicated pain relief you store in the freezer. brrr...see ya boys. [ male announcer ] bengay zero degrees. freeze and move on. still running in the morning? yeah. getting your vegetables every day? when i can. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. two full servings of vegetables for only 50 delicious calories. >>> two live events we are monitoring we want to bring you side-by-tied side. the left of the screen the clashes taking place in cairo where as many as 95 are dead after clashes with military forces there. on the right-hand side of your screen is the presidential press briefing. white house press briefing taking place while t
the suspect took three people hostage yesterday afternoon. happened in a bank in northeastern louisiana right on the mississippi border. the gunman eventually let one woman go. but the cops say the guy complained to them that he had voices in his head. and blamed his ex-girlfriend's family for inserting some sort of device in his brain he has mad at people. he was mad at people that he said were mean to him. >> mean to him. the standoff went on for nearly 12 hours. when the suspect told negotiators he was planning to kill his remaining hostages, state police stormed the building. investigators say the gunman shot both of the hostages. killed one, wounded the other. and then police shot him dead i mentioned the cartoon he apparently posted on his facebook several days ago. a police negotiator who can't be bothered to save a hostage. investigators say they also found a list of demands in the gunman's bank. the shooter did not want anybody to arrest him or providemental health treatment. competed to see who could give him the best campaign killers. that accusation today from debbie roe the singe
standoff in rural louisiana left one victim dead and another in critical condition at this hour. police say the suspect took three people hostage at a bank and letting one go unharmed and shooting the other two. police then shot and killed the suspect. police say the suspect was a parano paranoid schizophrenic who was mad at people. >>> in one post, hannah anderson claimed suspect james dimaggio, quote, had a gun and threatened to kill her and anyone who tried to help. when asked if she is glad dimaggio was killed by police, "the post" simply says, absolutely. in another post, she said, he deserved what he got. all this from ask-fm which is like a news conference on a website. the account in hannah's name had been inactive starting the day she disappeared and then came alive again on monday after she returned to california. still neither the police nor the andersons have confirmed that these answers are directly from hannah. >>> a big before the accident for ga gays in the military. soldiers stationed in states same-sex marriage is illegal will offer ten days leave to travel to a state wher
't they? lara? >>> we turn now to the alarming hostage situation overnight in a bank in louisiana. a 20-year-old man taking three people hostage tuesday afternoon, in a tense standoff with police that lasted well into the night. abc's pierre thomas is back with us now with the latest. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, lara. police were hoping to resolve this standoff peacefully. but it ended in a bloody spray of gunfire. shortly before midnight, police stormed the bank, after they say the gunman indicated he was going to kill two hostages. according to police, as they entered the building, the suspect, identified as 20-year-old fuaed abdo ahmed, shot the hostages, both bank employees. police killed the suspect, who they claim was armed with a handgun and a rifle. the confrontation began more than 12 hours earlier, when the gunman walked into the bank and began making bizarre demands. police say the suspect was a paranoid schizophrenic who claimed he had been hearing voices, including from a device planted in his head. authorities believe it was not a bank robbery but a pl
, louisiana. >> and meanwhile, one hostage is dead and another in critical condition after the police ended a 12-hour standoff with a gunman at a bank. he is identified as fuaed abdo auk med. this is what we are learning about the man, he was a paranoid schizophrenic according to police who was known to local law enforcement. they tell us that he had no intention of rob ing tbing the but during the standoff, ahmed said that he heard voices and he wanted a quote, device removed from his head. >>> and blood is flowing again on the streets of cairo and egypt and the government backed by the military has imposed a state of emergency. the killing began after dawn today, just about 12 hours ago there in egypt as troops moved in to clear the two large camps of peaceful demonstrators. at this hour in egypt as the sun is setting, the camps have been dismantl dismantledle, but the fighting rages on in cairo, and these are live pictures. few, few people in the streets. armored trucks, and three of them is what we are look atting at here sh, and the latest deat toll is 149 killed in cairo. i want you t
situation in louisiana. >> a tragic ending there. finally ended this morning after the gunman was shot and killed by police. police say the 20-year-old took three hostages at a bank in rural louisiana tuesday afternoon. he released one of the women, but just before midnight police say he threatened to kill the remaining two hostages, and that's when police stormed the building. they say he then shot the hostages, killing one of them. police then shot and killed the gunman. no word this morning on the condition of the second victim. >>> officials now say there is little hope of finding any survivors inside the indian navy submarine that caught fire overnight in mumbai after some of its weapons exploded accidently. there were at least 18 sailors aboard the vessel. rescue divers have entered the subon the remote chance someone might be alive inside an air pocket. >>> the rodeo clown who wore a president obama mask during a performance at the missouri state fair has been banned for life. fair officials say they're also reviewing their contract with the company that ran the event. the incid
. >>> a hostage and a gunman killed during a bank robbery. >>> a hostage standoff at a louisiana bank ended with both the hostage and the gunman dead. investigators say the 20-year- old suspect had no intention of robbing the bank. they say he went into the bank yesterday. he did have a gun. he took three people hostage. he later freed a female bank teller, but just before midnight as the situate teams were moving in, he shot two of the hostages and killed one of them. police -- >> not intent of fuaed abdo ahmed to rob the bank. information was obtained from his apartment was that written notes, plan he actually had a book for negotiations. >> the gunman was killed by the s.w.a.t. team. the other hostage shot is in critical condition. investigators say the gunman was mentally unstable. he actually believed there was something implabted in his head that -- implanted in his head that made him do what he did. >>> we're hearing from the ntsb on a deadly crash this morning involving a u.p.s. cargo plane. what the u.p.s. pilot union told ktvu about the aircraft and its load. >>> the panel that pu
ending to a hostage standoff in louisiana. a 20-year-old gunman shot dead. police say the gunman was planning this for a long time. >> he was mad at people that he said were mean to him, that he had voices in his head. and we are certainly going to pray he can really hard that they keep breathing. sad moment for these families. i bleach their faith and our faith in god we are going pray hard these individuals can make it. >> we are a small community, and everyone knows everyone. bill: the condition of the two injured hostages not known at this time. police say it is not known why the 20-year-old targeted that particular bank. martha: the federal government slammed the brakes on the planned merger between u.s. airways and american airlines parent company. the zwru -- the justice departmt claims the deal would hurt consumers. when watched the continental-united merger. now this one looks like it may be on the ropes. >> reporter: it's curious timing. a lot of people thought this would go through because you have got to big airlines. there have been a bunch of big mergers and the air
story coming out of the south today. we're getting new information on a deadly standoff in louisiana. police say a 20-year-old suspect, took three bank employees hostage yesterday. he released one. after more than 12 hours he shot the other two, killing one and leaving the other in critical condition. that is when police moved in and they killed him. now we're learning more about the suspect. police say he suffered from paranoid schizophrenia and believed something had been implanted in his head. >> he was mad at people that were, he said, were mean to him. that he, he had voices in his head. jenna: it isn't clear why the young man decided to target the bank but investigators found detailed notes written by the suspect that say robbery was not his intentions. jon: we are awaiting important developments in a high-profile perjury trial. a georgia widow accused of lying under oath about an affair with her boss that led to her husband's murder. will she take the stand in her own defense? the latest on the andrea schneiderman trial. >>> the dow is down 86 points. still the bull market is
. joining us is a board certified emergency room physician and an adjunct assistant professor at louisiana state university shreveport. great to see you. >> great to be here. jamie: we worry about the kids being sick and not being able to start school but we worry about us, too. what do we need to do to keep both of us healthy? >> you know, the summer colds -- colds are caused all year long. you're right. the summer colds are lasting longer. so people are confusing them with allergies. so the most important thing you can do is wash your hands. don't let your kids touch their face or eat anything before they wash their hands because unfortunately, the common cold we still don't have a cure for it. there's no vaccine. you don't need antiobiotics for it so just got -- >> are we using anti-bacterial too much? >> it didn't really help that much with the flu if you could wash your hands but if you can't wash your hands, it's a good alternative and sending your kids that are old enough to know not to put it in their mouth and things like that to school might be a good option, too. jamie: and how
" columnist and distinguished fellow. robert mann, professor at louisiana state university and author of "the walls of jericho," walter fields, now executive editor of northstarnews.com, black public affairs news and website. jack rosin that wi rosenthal, j department aide to robert f. kennedy. thank you for joining us. bob, i was struck by "meet the press" 50 years ago this sunday. the automatic sumgts if black people are coming to washington, d.c., they're militant. >> militant negros, look out. to me part of the problem with over what has happened in the past half century, despite all the progress that has been made, i think not nearly enough, i think that there are not enough militant negros out there marching or do whatever else -- doing whatever else is necessary to bring economic justice, which was the underlying theme -- actually not so underlying theme of the original march on washington. i think that's one of the reasons blacks are having such a hard time right now. >> jack, i wondered, you were there in the justice department, being part of the preparations for really -- just take
from the streets of soma, the fields of georgia, louisiana. is now a united states senator representing the state of maine. he was in the march. seat to good siege -- watch the speech of dr. king. he was in a branch of a tree in the mall watching the speech. people came from all over. these crowd people and these proud african americans and their allies would no longer stand silent why the promise -- while the promise of liberty and justice for all denied freedom to so many. i could not hear the speeches. i felt the heat. i was inside the capital. but i could see the tide of hundreds of as thousands of our brothers and --ters pushed forward tour toward that thing called freedom. day, martin luther king shared his dream. 1963 not as the end of the fight of civil rights, but only the beginning. here is what he said. "we cannot turn back. there are those who are acting -- asking for the civil rights, when will we be satisfied? we are not satisfied and we will not be until justice rolls down like a mighty stream." in the year following the march, those momentum -- momentous words, congress
and one hostage dead in a louisiana bank. what we are learning from police about the suspect's family and a possibly motive. >>> egypt's bloodiest days since the historic revolution. i'll ask the egyptian ambassador at the top of the hour. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>>ist the law of the land an an increasingly seems to be as troubled as it is controversial. we're talking about obama care implementation of one part of the law has now been delayed by the president, and it's not such a first initial glitch. our white house correspond dan lostian is joining us now in our american solutions segment. dan, what's going on right now with obama care? >> wolf, first of all, it's a very complicated law, as you know, and there are now these delays. what it does is it gives critics more ammunition, more reasons to discredit the law, and to remind americans that the president over-promised. >> when president obama was selling health care reform, part of the pitch included this promise. >> we'll place a limit on how much you can be charged for out of pocket expenses. >> repor
in louisiana. couldn't even come because he was in jail from protest. the tension behind the stage here was over your speech. >> by the forces of our demands, our determination, and our numbers, we should split a segregated south into a thousand pieces and put them together in the image of god and democracy. we must say wake up, erk many, wake up. for we will not stop and we will not be patient. >> they wanted to change a line in your speech. tell us about that. >> near the end of the speech, near the very end, i said something like if we do not see meaningful progress today they will come we may be forced to march through the south the way sherman did non-violently. they said no you can't say that. and the archbishop of the diocese in washington said not to give it if i didn't change it. we met think this side of lincoln. and we had a portable typewriter. and the executive secretary of the non-violent organization, a. phillip randolph was there, dr. king, mr. will kin. and he said to me can we change that? i said john, that doesn't sound like you. and mr. randolph said we've come this
the streets of california and the las vegas trip, from the streets of soma, the fields of georgia, louisiana. one man is now a united states senator representing the state of maine. he was in the march. he had a good seat to watch the speech of dr. king. he was in a branch of a tree in the mall watching the speech. people came from all over. these crowd people and these proud african americans and their allies would no longer stand silent while the promise of liberty and justice for all denied freedom to so many. i could not hear the speeches. i felt the heat. i was inside the capital. but i could see the tide of history turn as hundreds of thousands of our brothers and sisters pushed forward toward that thing called freedom. that day, martin luther king shared his dream. they consider 1963 not as the end of the fight of civil rights, but only the beginning. here is what he said. "we cannot turn back. there are those who are acting asking for the civil rights, when will we be satisfied? we are not satisfied and we will not be until justice rolls down like a mighty stream." in the year follow
went to play a football game in new orleans, louisiana. closer to the mic? i like talking loud. i got my dad's genes for talking loud. can you all hear me? and in 1965 when they went down to new orleans, there was a running back for the buffalo bills named cookie gilchrist. cookie used to drive around the milk truck in the off-season when they had to make money, because football salaries didn't pay enough and his milk truck -- his truck was selling candies and ice cream, who knows what else, but his truck would say looky, looky, here comes cookie. [laughter] and but cookie is in new orleans, he's trying to get a cab. and he hails a cab, a cab stops and the cab driver rolls up the window and says sorry, sir, probably didn't say sir. just wanted to get to the bar down the street. what ended up happening african-american players couldn't stay in the same hotel as their white teammates and they decided to stand up and say this is not right. move the game. his father was president of the naacp at the time. tried to work out a solution. all of the white players agreed with the black players
to take over black cities in louisiana doing the same thing in michigan. we will not have the kind of turnout we've had in previous years unless we take your -- make sure we add emergency managers and the suppressions. to the list of voter suppression. >> i would like to -- >> jo ann watson. >> yes, sir? >> counselwoman from detroit. give her a round of applause. we have to challenge the constitutionality of the emergency manager law, which suspends every elected official from voting. as he said himself, he's a benevolent dictator. [inaudible] right. we need to organize at the national level, because what is happening in michigan can happen -- >> emergency management. [inaudible] >> department of justice, i think, moving with us but they haven't acted on it yet. sorry to say. >> congressman john? >> we have similar things taking place in georgia in the dekalb county. the school board has been removed by the governor. he's replaced them with his own pick. and these kinds of moves have been sanctioned by the voters. so when they put constitutional amendments on the ballot, and they t
. >> thank you for this opportunity. my name is thomas and i'm from baton rouge, louisiana. you know, and i'm sitting here and i'm taking in a lot of the discussion. of course, i'm not necessarily as young as i look, but i've been around the pool of law. in fact, for a number of years we dealt with civil rights litigation in the state of louisiana, and as i sit here and look at the audience, and we're talking about what can we do today, the first thing we need to do is get young people here. you know, most of us who are sitting in this room are old enough to recognize what transpired. and we talk about social media and how do we get young people involved. we can't do anything, congressman lewis, if we don't have young people here at the table. let me tell you why. those of you who are not familiar to many of the laws that we have put in place today have actually boxed us in, as a community. you see right now, if you notice the election of congressman throughout the country, it happened because we created this multimember districts. a lot of which we can't change today, because we don't have
so it was on approach to landing, but this is different than the louisiana flight where it was actually during a landing, so was it a mechanical failure? was there something in the cargo that contributes to this crash. those are the primary questions that investigators will start looking at immediately. >> hey, phil, the a-300 used more these days for cargo or for passenger -- as a passenger jet. >> i think it's transitioned now to becoming a little bit more of a cargo plane. it's still used for passenger flights, but because of its size, relatively limited in text of configuration, it's more -- you see it more for cargo. >> and accidents, incidents in terms of its safety history? >> i don't know the exact numbers, but i do know it's not one of those that immediately jumps out and you say oh, okay, well, we've had problems with this plane and i'm not surprised that they say there was a crash here. you know, that's one of the things that investigators look at. was there a particular problem with this type of aircraft in the past. at first blush it does not jump out at me.
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